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    The Prez Goes After Roids

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    Legislation adds 18 to list of banned anabolic steroids
    Oct. 22, 2004
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    WASHINGTON -- President Bush on Friday signed legislation that would curtail sales of steroid precursors and seek to stiffen penalties for offenses involving anabolic steroids .

    The legislation adds 18 substances to the list of banned anabolic steroids, including androstenedione and tetrahydrogestrinone.

    White House press secretary Scott McClellan said the law establishes a new grant program, which will provide $15 million to teach kids about the dangers of steroids.

    It directs the U.S. Sentencing Commission to review the federal sentencing guidelines and consider amending those guidelines to provide for increased penalties.

    When the legislation passed the Senate earlier this month and sent to the president, Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., said the measure sends a message about these substances. "We are calling them what they really are: drugs," Biden said.

    Congress took an increased interest in the issue this year after reports of steroid use among athletes, particularly professional baseball players. A federal grand jury in San Francisco has indicted four men on charges of illegally distributing steroids, including the personal trainer of Giants slugger Barry Bonds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkman44
    FYI

    Legislation adds 18 to list of banned anabolic steroids
    Oct. 22, 2004
    SportsLine.com wire reports

    WASHINGTON -- President Bush on Friday signed legislation that would curtail sales of steroid precursors and seek to stiffen penalties for offenses involving anabolic steroids .

    The legislation adds 18 substances to the list of banned anabolic steroids, including androstenedione and tetrahydrogestrinone.

    White House press secretary Scott McClellan said the law establishes a new grant program, which will provide $15 million to teach kids about the dangers of steroids.

    It directs the U.S. Sentencing Commission to review the federal sentencing guidelines and consider amending those guidelines to provide for increased penalties.

    When the legislation passed the Senate earlier this month and sent to the president, Sen. Joseph Biden, D-Del., said the measure sends a message about these substances. "We are calling them what they really are: drugs," Biden said.

    Congress took an increased interest in the issue this year after reports of steroid use among athletes, particularly professional baseball players. A federal grand jury in San Francisco has indicted four men on charges of illegally distributing steroids, including the personal trainer of Giants slugger Barry Bonds.

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    **** if only they knew, that **** pisses me off!

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    ****ity **** ****... this sucks... why not go after heroin or marijuana instead of wasting time and money investing on things like AS

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    wow!!!

    Wow!!! Having solved all other problems the US congress goes after steroids !

    I'm so glad to be living in "the land of the free".

    A.A.

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    we need arnold for prez. he will legalize juice.

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    lol i guess if you cant fix the problems that matter go after the ones that will make you look good

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    Going after AS. Like they don't have anything better to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by workdude
    Going after AS. Like they don't have anything better to do.
    on the bright side - only us outlaws get big - but if they legalize it youll have every punk on the street all pumped up and kickin sand in our face

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    true but not all people like muscles...and yeah arnie for president so he can legalize the stuff

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    15 Million for education on not using steroids , when most teens have weed and drinking problems, I dont think steroids should be an issue, Vote for Kerry!

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    the prez...what a dick.

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    steroids are the last thing they need to be worried about. Worry about about why people are robbing, stilling, killing ......it aint related to steroids one bit.

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    Agreed!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dimes
    15 Million for education on not using steroids, when most teens have weed and drinking problems, I dont think steroids should be an issue, Vote for Kerry!
    BE SURE TO VOTE!


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    Steroids are the devil's work....The pres is only doing Gods work...you guys just ain't praying hard enough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueCollar
    on the bright side - only us outlaws get big - but if they legalize it youll have every punk on the street all pumped up and kickin sand in our face
    If thats the case then why isnt Mexico full of men that look like professional wrestlers? Actually I noticed the local mexican population has almost no interest in taking steroids , its mostly American Tourists that buy the stuff there.

    Why is it the only countries to outlaw Steroids is just a handful of English Speaking Countries? Its mostly only Australia, USA, UK, Canada, France and Norway that outlawed steroids and of this, personal possession of steroids I understand is not illegal in England and Australia.

    Steroids are the only USA scheduled that the vast majority of the world doesnt see a problem with and they are OTC in 96% of the countries of the world. I think as Mexico's economy continues to develop, crime againsts tourists continues to drop in Mexico, we will see more freedom seeking Americans taking up second home residency in Mexico.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimes
    15 Million for education on not using steroids, when most teens have weed and drinking problems, I dont think steroids should be an issue, Vote for Kerry!
    Hate to pop your bubble but Kerry has a 100% anti-steroid voting record in congress... he always voted to outlaw stuff and increase penalties.

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    This bill in question was just about banning PHs and andro substances but guess what they added fina to the list also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan2
    This bill in question was just about banning PHs and andro substances but guess what they added fina to the list also.

    u ****tin me??? fina pellets?

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    ashcroft has to go, 2004 anabolic bill

    check it out trenbolone is on the list

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan2
    ashcroft has to go, 2004 anabolic bill

    check it out trenbolone is on the list
    It's probably still exempted for vetenary use.

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    trenbolone has always been a controlled substance, i read the penal code years ago. it is probably still exempted just like upjohn test cyp, delatestryl, etc.

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